The extensions described in this chapter, also called markup extensions, are placeholders to resolve a property at runtime.
The System.Windows.Markup namespace contains the definitions for most of the markup extension classes.
x:Null, x:Array, x:Reference, x:Static, and x:Type are some of the built-in XAML markup extensions.
Binding, StaticResource, and DynamicResource are some other commonly used markup extensions that form part of the XAML language. See Chapter 8 for more information.
Custom markup extensions are useful in scenarios where you need the extension to provide functionality or behavior that is beyond the scope of existing built-in markup extensions.
The .NET Framework XAML Services are a set of services and APIs defined in the ...